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Filters: North Carolina State University. Department of Poultry Science1950-1959
Brake, John T. (John Thomas), 1952-
Size: 15 linear feet (30 archival boxes); 23.67 gigabytes Collection ID: MC 00652
The John Brake Papers include research and subject files, Broiler Breeder Research Workshop Workbooks, flash drives, electronic files transferred via external hard drive, and class materials both from Dr. Brake's teaching and from his years as an undergraduate at NC State University. Topics include improving chicken health, breeding, ... More
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North Carolina State University. Department of Poultry Science
Size: 81.75 linear feet (44 cartons, 1 archival half box, 1 archival legal box, 2 archival boxes, 1 oversize flatbox); 431.9 Megabytes Collection ID: UA 100.026
The records of the North Carolina State University Department of Poultry Science contain scientific and publicity research, informational and promotional materials, administrative files, materials relating to 4-H poultry projects, reports and data from the North Carolina Egg Layer Performance and Management Tests, and other ... More
Size: 0.5 linear feet (1 archival box) Collection ID: UA 021.489
The records of the North Carolina State University Poultry Science Club include meeting minutes, financial records, information on officers, membership rosters, North Carolina State Fair ribbons, banquet programs, and an issue of the Club's student publication. The Poultry Science Club was established at North Carolina State College ... More
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North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service
Size: 18.75 linear feet (37 archival boxes, 1 archival half box) Collection ID: UA 023.007
The North Carolina Agricultural Extension and Research Services Photograph collection includes photographs and negatives relating to areas of animal husbandry, animal science, the agriculture school, 4-H Youth Development clubs, forest resources, crop and soil science, the extension service, insect management, and farm forestry. ... More